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Handbook of key global financial markets, institutions and infrastructure

Autor Gerard CaprioDouglas W ArnerThorsten BeckCharles W CalomirisLarry NealVšichni autoři
Vydavatel: Boston : Elsevier, 2013.
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Understanding twenty-first century global financial integration requires a two-part background. The Handbook of Key Global Financial Markets, Institutions, and Infrastructure begins its description of how we created a financially-intergrated world by first examining the history of financial globalization, from Roman practices and Ottoman finance to Chinese standards, the beginnings of corporate practices, and the  Přečíst více...
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Všichni autoři/tvůrci: Gerard Caprio; Douglas W Arner; Thorsten Beck; Charles W Calomiris; Larry Neal; Nicolas Véron
ISBN: 9780123978738 0123978734
OCLC číslo: 785080462
Popis: xxii, 611 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm
Obsahy: Machine generated contents note: I. GLOBALIZATION OF FINANCE: AN HISTORICAL VIEW --
1. History of Financial Globalization, Overview / L. Neal --
2. Banking Fragility, United States, 1790-2009 / Charles W. Calomiris --
Introduction --
Banking Fragility in Theory and in Historical Reality --
US Banking Crises: 1790-1933 --
Central Banking and Bank Instability in US History --
Summary of US Historical Experience --
A Worldwide Tale of Two Banking Eras: 1875-1913 and 1978-2009 --
3. Bretton Woods and Monetary Regimes / S.C. Knight --
Introduction --
Types and Examples of Monetary Regimes --
The Classical Gold Standard --
The Interwar Years, the Gold-Exchange Standard, and the Great Depression --
Bretton Woods and the Anglo-American Compromise --
Conclusion --
4. British Corporate Finance, 1500-1860 / A.M. Carlos --
World in 1500 --
Impact of the Voyages of Discovery --
Emergence of the Joint-Stock Company --
Rise of the Secondary Market in Shares --
War Financing --
State and Capital Markets --
Into the Nineteenth Century --
5. Chinese Finance, 1348-1700 / R. Von Glahn --
Public and Private Finance in China, 1000-1700 --
The Monetary System --
Public Finance --
Credit and Private Finance --
Summary --
6. Chinese Money and Monetary System, 1800-2000, Overview / D. Ma --
A Conceptual Framework --
1800-50 --
1850-1911 --
1911-30 --
1930-49 --
Acknowledgments --
7. Dutch Bank Finance, 1600-1800 / S. Quinn --
An Exchange Bank --
The First Five Decades --
Fiat Money --
Monetary Policy --
Eighteenth Century --
Conclusion --
8. Dutch Corporate Finance, 1602-1850 / A. Roell --
Introduction --
From Partnerships to Chartered Public Companies, 1602-1680 --
Branching Out, 1680-1795 --
New Challenges, 1795-1850 --
Conclusion --
9. The Financial Revolution in England / A.L. Murphy --
Introduction --
The Origins of the Financial Revolution in England --
The Development of the Instruments of State Debt --
Controlling the Costs of Debt --
The Question of Credibility --
The Consequences of England's Financial Revolution --
10. Commercial Finance in Europe, 1700-1815 / P. Nogues-Marco --
Introduction --
The Instrument: Bills of Exchange --
What Is a Bill of Exchange? --
Usury Regulation and `True' Interest Rates --
Bullion Versus Bills --
City-Currencies --
Sources --
Mapping Commercial Finance --
Quotes as Evidence for Liquidity in the Underlying Market --
Determinants of Liquidity --
Networks of Financial Financing --
The Geographical Reach of European Finance --
Hierarchies, Distance, and Groups --
Some Tentative Hypotheses --
The Cost of Commercial Finance: Searching for Interest Rate --
The Absence of Direct Evidence on Interest Rates --
Shadow Interest Rates Based on Bills with Different Maturities --
Time-Series Evidence: Cycles, Seasonality, and Long Trends --
Conclusion --
See also --
11. Exchanges, Rules Governing / L. Neal --
France --
Germany --
Great Britain --
Owners Versus Operators --
United States --
12. French Corporate Finance, 1500-1900 / L. Neal --
13. Genoese Finance, 1348-1700 / C. Marsilio --
Introduction --
The Origins of the Genoese Public Debt (Twelfth-Twenty-fourth Centuries) --
The Birth of the Officium Comperarum Sancti Georgii --
The Governance of the Office of Saint George --
The Birth of the Republic of Genoa --
The Banking Activity of the House of Saint George --
The Genoese Exchange Fairs --
The New Debt of the Republic: The Creation of the Monti --
Conclusion --
See also --
14. The Political Economy of Global Financial Liberalization in Historical Perspective / R. Esteves --
Introduction --
What Is There to Explain? --
Theory --
Second-Best Arguments --
Political Economy --
History --
Prewar --
Interwar 145 Conclusion --
Acknowledgments --
15. Alexander Hamilton / R. Sylla --
Introduction --
Hamilton's Origins --
War and Finance --
The Confederation Interim --
Secretary of the Treasury --
Public Credit --
The Bank of the United States --
The Dollar --
State Banks, Corporations, and Securities Markets --
Conclusion: The US Financial Revolution and Economic Growth --
16. Hanseatic Merchants and Credit, 1300-1700 / M. North --
Introduction --
Origins of Banking in Northern Germany --
Credit Instruments in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries --
Immigration and Innovation --
The Adaptation of Western Credit Instruments in the Baltic Trade --
Conclusion --
17. John Law and his Experiment with France, 1715-1726 / F.R. Velde --
The Beginnings --
The Pinnacle --
The Debacle --
The Impact --
See also --
18. Low Countries Finance, 1348-1700 / J. Jonker --
Introduction --
Common Origins --
Going Separate Ways: The Dutch Revolt --
Holland's Exceptionalism --
Entering a Vicious Debt Circle --
Constrained by Local Particularism: The Austrian Netherlands --
Conclusion --
19. Milanese Finance, 1348-1700 / G. De Luca --
The Viscontis and the Emergence of a Tax State (Mid-Fourteenth Century to 1447) --
The Consolidation of the Government Financing System Between the Ambrosiana Republic and the Sforzas (1447-1535) --
The Rise of a Fiscal State Under the Habsburgs (1535-1706) --
Architecture and Dynamic of the Fiscal System --
Public Debt and Financial Market --
A New Perspective on Spanish Domination --
See also --
20. Finance in the Ottoman Empire, 1453-1854 / P. Sevket --
Introduction --
Money, Credit, and Islam --
Business Partnerships --
Flexibility in the Monetary System --
Fiscal Institutions and Public Finance --
Linkages with Western European Capital Markets? --
From Debasements to Bimetallism --
Financing the State: The Galata Bankers --
Conclusion --
See also --
21. Papal Finance, 1348-1848 / F. Piola Caselli --
The Making of the Papal States --
The Avignon Financial Network --
Balance Sheets and Accountancy --
Spiritual and Temporal Revenue --
Bankers in the Chamber Service --
The Role of Public Debt --
The Set Course of Public Debt --
Prices and Earnings on the Secondary Market --
Aristocracy and Institutions in the Debt Game --
From Pawnshops to Public Banks --
The Growth of Financial Structures --
Tax Policy --
Town Tolls Increase --
Monetary System --
Early Curial Reforms --
The Times of Decline --
The Spread of Paper Money --
Approaching Free Trade --
The New Tolls Belt at the Borders --
Financial Collapse and Recovery --
See also --
22. Precious Metals and Moneys, 1200-1800 / D.O. Flynn --
Islamic Market Unification; Chinese Silver Exports During the Mongol Period --
Intensification of Chinese Silverization from the Mid-Fifteenth Century --
The First Global Cycle of Silver (1540-1640): Bimetallic Ratios and the Silver-for-Gold Trade --
The First Global Cycle of Silver (1540-1640): The Role of Japan --
The First Global Cycle of Silver (1540-1640): Spanish-American Silver --
Globalization's Sixteenth-Century Birth and Subsequent Ramifications --
The Mexican Cycle of Silver (1700-1750) and American Crops and Seeds --
Conclusions --
23. Rentes and the European `Financial Revolution' / J.H. Munro --
Chief Features of the Modern Financial Revolution --
The Geographic Origins of the `Financial Revolution': Public Finances in the Low Countries and France --
The Historical Origins of the Rente Contracts: In Private Agricultural Finance --
The Usury Doctrine and the Revival of the Anti-Usury Campaign --
The Relationship Between Franco-Flemish Urban Rentes and the Anti-Usury Campaign in the Thirteenth Century --
The Ecclesiastical Debate About the Usurious or Licit Nature of Rentes --
Payments to Rentiers in Later-Medieval Flemish Towns --
The Development of a Permanent Funded National Debt in Early-Modern France --
The Development of Permanent Funded National Debts in Spain (Castile) --
The Public Finances of the Later Medieval Italian City States: Forced Loans --
Protestant England and the Usury Question --
The Beginnings of the English Financial Revolution, from 1693 --
Excise Taxes in Funding the English National Debt --
The Three Sisters and the English National Debt --
The Role of Annuities in the English National Debt (to 1719-20) --
The Aftermath of the South Sea Bubble and Pelham's Conversion: 1721-57 --
Economic Contributions of the Financial Revolution --
See also --
Appendix Yields on Perpetual Rents, Life Rents, and Loans --
24. Ancient Roman Finance / P. Temin --
25. Spanish Finance, 1348-1700 / M. Drelichman --
Introduction --
Political Organization --
Crown and Kingdom --
Nobility --
The Church --
Dominions and Colonies --
Revenues --
Direct Taxes --
Indirect Taxes --
American Silver --
Debt --
Juros --
Asientos --
Bankruptcies --
See also --
26. The Financial Revolution in Sweden, 1650-1900 / A. Ogren --
Introduction --
The Swedish Financial Revolution --
The State: Monetary Authority and Public Debt --
Monetization, Clearing, and Market Integration --
The Banking System --
Secondary Markets, Mortgage Associations, and Insurance Companies --
Conclusions --
See also --
27. Global Financial Brands and the Underwriting of Foreign Government Debt since 1815 / S. Nieto-Parra --
Introduction --
Focus, Figures, and Facts --
Focus --
Figures --
Facts --
Prospecting --
Planning --
Placing --
Post-Issue Support and Performance --
Conclusion: The Global Financial System as a Structured Product --
Acknowledgments --
28. Venetian Finance, 1400-1797 / L. Pezzolo --
Revenues --
Taxation --
Taxpayers --
Financial Needs --
Public Debt --
The Floating Debt --
See also --
29. Wars and the International Trading System, 1900-2000 / H. Rockoff Note continued: See also --
II. KEY MARKET, INSTITUTIONS, AND INFRASTRUCTURE IN GLOBAL FINANCE --
30. Development of Accounting Standards / S.A. Zeff --
United States --
United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, France, Germany, and Japan --
International Accounting Standards Board --
See also --
Conclusion --
Acknowledgment --
31. Contemporary Audit Regulation --
Going Global! / A. Loft --
Introduction: Audit Regulation --
Key Players in the Audit Regulatory Arena --
The International Federation of Accountants --
Financial Stability Board --
International Organization of Securities Commissions --
The European Union --
Associations of Independent Audit Regulators --
The Global Regulatory Involvement of Audit Firms --
The Global Regulatory Involvement of National Professional Accounting Bodies --
Audit Regulation and Audit Quality --
Regulatory Compliance and Enforcement --
Conclusion: Maintaining Public Interest in Global Regulation --
See also --
Appendix Abbreviations --
32. Justifications for Audits of Financial Statements / J. Ronen --
Introduction --
Justifications for Financial Statement Audits --
The Justification for Government Intervention into Auditing --
The Implementation of External Audits --
Auditing After the Securities Acts --
The Structure and Growth of the Industry --
Competition Rules Change in the 1970s --
Modern Firm Structure --
Competing Incentives for Firms in the 1990s --
Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 --
The Future of Auditing --
33. Global Banks and Financial Intermediaries / M. Taylor --
Introduction --
The Standard Model of Banking --
Banking in the Postwar Period --
The Emergence of a New Banking System --
Distinctive Features of Modern Banking --
Reliance on Money Market Funding --
Securitization --
The Growth of Off-Balance Sheet Activities --
Conclusion --
34. Corporate Governance / A.N. Licht --
Basic Concepts --
What is Corporate Governance? --
The Agency Problem and Opportunism --
A Strategic Approach --
The Nature of the Corporation --
Corporate Governance as a System --
A Social Institution --
Comparative Corporate Governance --
Measuring Corporate Governance --
Internal Institutions --
The CEO --
The Board --
The General Meeting --
External Institutions --
Formal Legal Institutions --
Informal Institutions --
35. Credit Ratings and Credit Rating Agencies / U.G. Schroeter --
Introduction --
Credit Ratings --
Credit ratings as subjective, predictive opinions --
Credit ratings as global information: rating symbols and reports --
Credit risk as the sole subject of credit ratings --
Credit Rating Agencies --
Objects of Credit Ratings --
Borrowing Entities --
Debt Securities --
Structured Finance --
Sovereigns and Sovereign Debt --
Business Models of Credit Rating Agencies --
Investor-Pays Model --
Issuer-Pays Model --
Conflict of interest --
Potential effects of the conflict of interest --
Mixed Business Model --
Functions of Credit Ratings and Credit Rating Agencies --
Market Information Function --
Regulatory Function --
Market Structure and Competition --
Oligopolistic Market Structure --
Theoretical Explanations --
Prevailing theoretical explanation --
Alternative explanation: the credit rating market as an investor-driven natural oligopoly --
Regulation of Credit Rating Agencies --
Constitutional Protection of Credit Rating Agencies as a Limit to Regulation --
Governmental Recognition or Admission of Credit Rating Agencies --
Recognition requirements for purposes of regulatory function --
Admission requirements --
Regulation of Credit Rating Agency's Organization and Rating Process; Transparency Requirements --
Regulation through Civil Liability --
See also --
36. Earnings Quality / B. Lev --
A Case in Point --
What Exactly Is Earnings Quality? --
Who Cares About Earnings Quality? --
What Affects Earnings Quality? --
Can Investors See Through the Quality Veil? --
Are Things Getting Better? --
And Earnings Quality Around the World? --
From Descriptive to Prescriptive: How to Assess Earnings Quality? --
Conclusion --
Acknowledgments --
37. Exchanges / A.P. March --
Exchanges and Their Evolution --
The Purpose and Benefits of Exchanges --
The Floor Model --
Electronic Trading --
Exchange-Traded Instruments --
Equity --
Debt --
Derivatives --
Organization and Governance of Exchanges --
The Traditional Role of Broker-Dealers: Mutuality --
Demutualization --
Regulation of Exchanges --
Exchanges as Self-Regulated Organizations --
Regulation Under the 34 Act: Registration Requirements --
Best Execution and the National Market System --
Best Execution --
The National Market System --
Globalization and Transnational Exchanges --
38. Equity Markets / D. Wojcik --
Definition, Structure, and Functions of Equity Markets --
Evolution of Equity Markets --
Equity Markets Around the World --
Globalization and Localization --
The Future of Equity Markets --
See also --
39. Fair Value and Accounting / P. Walton --
Introduction --
The Purpose of the Balance Sheet --
Fair Value Measurement Standards --
Fair Value and Historical Cost Accounting --
Assets That Generate Cash Directly --
Fair Value and Cash Generation --
Specific Assets --
Fair value and financial instruments --
Investment property --
Pension plan assets --
Other Assets at Fair Value --
Biological assets --
Property, plant and equipment --
Inventory --
Fair Value and the Financial Crisis --
Calm Before the Storm --
Shooting the Messenger --
The Standard-Setter Responds --
Fair Value and Financial Instruments After the Crisis --
A New International Standard --
Rejigging the US Requirements --
Full Fair Value Financial Statements --
Conclusion --
40. Fair Value Accounting, Disclosure and Financial Stability / R.J. Herring --
Introduction --
The Role of Accounting Standards --
How Might FVA Have Exacerbated the Financial Crisis? --
Disclosure Policy and the Crisis --
Do Accounting Standards Influence Behavior? --
See also --
41. Investment Banks / P. Lejot --
Introduction --
Concepts --
Origins --
Functions and Objectives --
Investment Banks and Commercial Banks --
Business Streams --
Corporate Finance Advisory --
Capital Creation in Equities, Debt, and Derivatives --
Markets in Information and Reputational Capital --
Questions, Concerns, and Post-crisis Outcomes --
See also --
42. Overview of Islamic Finance / R. Bhala --
What Is Forbidden (Haram): Gharar (Uncertainty) --
Definition of `Gharar' --
Example of a Haram Transaction: Short Selling --
What Is Forbidden (Haram): Riba (Interest) --
Definition of `Riba' --
Examples of Haram transactions: Riba al- Nasi'a a and Riba al-Fadl --
Riba al-Nasi'a (Excess in credit transactions) --
[r]iba in a Money-to-Money Exchange, Provided Exchange Is Delayed or Deferred and Additional Charge Is Incurred with such Deferment --
Riba al-Fadl (Unequal spot commodity trades) --
Legal Devices (Hiyal) to Circumvent the Proscriptions on Gharar and Riba --
What Are `Hiyal'? --
Sharikah al-Mudarabah (Sleeping Partnership) --
Definition and Profit Sharing --
Examples of Use --
Three steps --
Murabaha Contracts --
Definition and cost-plus pricing --
Examples of use --
Islamic Bonds (Sukuk) and Securitization --
Definition of `Sukuk' --
How Sukuk Work --
Insurance (Takaful) and Transfers (Hawalah) --
Definition of `Takaful' --
Modern Takaful and Concerns About Gharar and Riba (Interest) --
How Modern Takaful Works --
The insured party, also called the `participant' or `policy holder' --
The operator --
The beneficiary --
New Islamic Products: Sharia Compliant Investment Funds --
Defining `Islamic' Investments --
Certification --
43. Loan Markets / A. Mugasha --
Overview --
Advantages of Loan Markets to Borrowers --
Key National and Regional Loan Markets --
Leading Industry Associations --
Evolution of the Loan Asset --
The Financial Institutions Involved in the Loan Markets --
Two Stages of the Loan Cycle: Primary and Secondary --
The Primary Loan Market --
The Syndication Processes and Key Documents --
The Secondary Loan Market --
Law, Regulation, and Litigation --
Regulation --
Law and Litigation --
The Global Financial Crisis and its Impact on Loan Markets --
The Future --
See also --
44. Microfinance: Costs, Lending Rates, and Profitability / R. Øystein Strøm --
Introduction --
Introduction to Microfinance --
Microfinance in History --
The Diffusion of Microfinance --
The Diversity in MFI Characteristics --
Effects of Microfinance --
Recent Critics of Microfinance --
High Profitability? --
Outreach: The MFI's Social Mission --
Conclusions --
45. OTC --
Derivative Market / M. Singh --
The Over-the-Counter Derivatives Market --
Introduction --
The OTC Derivative Market --
Regulatory Infrastructure for OTC Derivatives --
Issues Under the Proposed Regulatory Infrastructure for OTC Derivatives --
Interoperability of CCPs --
Sizable collateral requirements --
Unbundling of netted positions --
Adverse impact on risk management --
Regulatory arbitrage likely --
Concentration of systemic risk via `risk nodes' --
Central Bank backstop (or taxpayer bailout) --
Decrease in rehypothecation --
Supervision of more SIFIs --
An Alternative to the CCP Route: Taxing Derivative Liability Positions --
Conclusions --
Understanding the CDS Market and the Use of CDS Data --
CDS Spreads as a Signaling Instrument --
Adjusting Probabilities: The Price of Risk --
Assumption between Fixed and Variable Recovery --
CDS data (use and abuse) --
Conclusion and policy implications Note continued: Appendix: Typical OTC Derivative Position from an SIFI's Financial Statement --
46. Global Payment and Settlement Systems / B. Geva --
Introduction --
Foreign Exchange Transactions --
Payment System Risk --
The Failure to Complete Settlement on Participant's Default --
Conclusion --
47. Pension Funds / G. Impavido --
Introduction --
What are Pension Plans, Funds, and Firms? --
Pension Plans --
Pension Funds --
Pension Firms --
Key Policy Issues with Pension Funds --
Implications of Pension Intervention Policies --
Pension Fund Governance --
Pension Funding --
Administrative Costs --
Pension Retirement Products and Markets --
Pension Fund Supervision --
48. Project and Asset Finance / F. Pretorius --
Introduction --
Project and Asset Finance and Economics --
Project Finance --
Valuation, Project Loans and Recourse --
Project Development and Phased Lending --
Why Project Finance? --
Major Asset Financing: Ships and Aircraft --
Endnote --
See also --
49. Property Rights in an Era of Global Finance / A. Lehavi --
Introduction --
The Nature of Property Rights --
The Local Origins of Property --
Supranational Property Instruments: A General Survey --
The Challenge of Globalization: Resource-Specific Comments --
Land --
Chattels --
Intangibles --
Intellectual Property --
Conclusion --
50. Securities Settlement Systems / D.C. Donald --
Definition --
The Legal Requirements for Transferring Securities --
The Creation of the Contemporary Depository Model --
The Legal Characteristics of Settlement in the Currently Dominant, Depository Model --
Disadvantages of the Depository Model --
Ameliorating the Disadvantages of the Depository Model --
The Future of Securities Settlement --
51. Securitization and Structured Finance / S.L. Schwarcz --
Overview of Securitization --
Third-Party Credit Enhancement --
History --
Benefits --
Reduction of Information Asymmetry --
Bankruptcy Remoteness --
Senior-Subordinated Structure --
Rating Agencies --
Servicing --
The Economics of Securitization --
Efficiency --
Absent Overinvestment, Unsecured Creditors Are Not Harmed --
Potential Abuses of Securitization --
Enron --
Abuses Relating to the Recent Financial Crisis --
Problematic Asset Type --
Originate-to-Distribute Model and Moral Hazard --
Servicing Conflicts --
Overreliance on Mathematical Models --
The Future of Securitization --
See also --
52. Sovereign Funds / Q. Liu --
Overview: Definition, Type, Size, and Number --
Background and Context: Global Imbalances --
Investment Strategies and Performance of SWFs --
Issues and Concerns Over SWFs --
Regulatory Response to the Rise of SWFs --
Implications of SWFs for the Global Financial System --
53. Finance / J.W. Head --
Introduction --
Cash in Advance --
Documentary Sale with Confirmed Letter of Credit --
Key Steps in a Documentary Sale Transaction with a Confirmed Letter of Credit --
The Legal Fundamentals of International Letters of Credit --
The Principle of Strict Compliance --
The Independence Principle and Its Exceptions --
Conclusion on Documentary Sales and Letters of Credit --
Open Account --
Commercially Based Working Capital Financing --
Export Credit Insurance and Financing --
Export Credit Insurance --
Government-Guaranteed Export Working Capital Programs --
Government-Assisted Foreign Buyer Financing --
Factoring and Forfaiting --
Factoring --
Forfaiting --
Additional Points.
Odpovědnost: editor-in-chief Gerard Caprio, Jr. ; editors Douglas W. Arner, Thorsten Beck, Charles W. Calomiris, Larry Neal, Nicholas Veron.
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   schema:editor <http://viaf.org/viaf/85146490> ; # Charles W. Calomiris
   schema:editor <http://viaf.org/viaf/51744974> ; # Larry Neal
   schema:exampleOfWork <http://worldcat.org/entity/work/id/1174477798> ;
   schema:genre "Handbooks and manuals"@en ;
   schema:inLanguage "en" ;
   schema:name "Handbook of key global financial markets, institutions and infrastructure"@en ;
   schema:productID "785080462" ;
   schema:workExample <http://worldcat.org/isbn/9780123978738> ;
   wdrs:describedby <http://www.worldcat.org/title/-/oclc/785080462> ;
    .


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<http://experiment.worldcat.org/entity/work/data/1174477798#Person/arner_douglas_w> # Douglas W. Arner
    a schema:Person ;
   schema:familyName "Arner" ;
   schema:givenName "Douglas W." ;
   schema:name "Douglas W. Arner" ;
    .

<http://experiment.worldcat.org/entity/work/data/1174477798#Person/beck_thorsten> # Thorsten Beck
    a schema:Person ;
   schema:familyName "Beck" ;
   schema:givenName "Thorsten" ;
   schema:name "Thorsten Beck" ;
    .

<http://experiment.worldcat.org/entity/work/data/1174477798#Person/caprio_gerard> # Gerard Caprio
    a schema:Person ;
   schema:familyName "Caprio" ;
   schema:givenName "Gerard" ;
   schema:name "Gerard Caprio" ;
    .

<http://experiment.worldcat.org/entity/work/data/1174477798#Person/veron_nicolas> # Nicolas Véron
    a schema:Person ;
   schema:familyName "Véron" ;
   schema:givenName "Nicolas" ;
   schema:name "Nicolas Véron" ;
    .

<http://experiment.worldcat.org/entity/work/data/1174477798#Topic/internationaler_finanzmarkt> # Internationaler Finanzmarkt
    a schema:Intangible ;
   schema:name "Internationaler Finanzmarkt"@en ;
    .

<http://experiment.worldcat.org/entity/work/data/1174477798#Topic/internationaler_kreditmarkt> # Internationaler Kreditmarkt
    a schema:Intangible ;
   schema:name "Internationaler Kreditmarkt"@en ;
    .

<http://experiment.worldcat.org/entity/work/data/1174477798#Topic/internationales_finanzsystem> # Internationales Finanzsystem
    a schema:Intangible ;
   schema:name "Internationales Finanzsystem"@en ;
    .

<http://experiment.worldcat.org/entity/work/data/1174477798#Topic/internationales_wahrungssystem> # Internationales Währungssystem
    a schema:Intangible ;
   schema:name "Internationales Währungssystem"@en ;
    .

<http://experiment.worldcat.org/entity/work/data/1174477798#Topic/wirtschaftsgeschichte> # Wirtschaftsgeschichte
    a schema:Intangible ;
   schema:name "Wirtschaftsgeschichte"@en ;
    .

<http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh85048306> # Financial institutions
    a schema:Intangible ;
   schema:name "Financial institutions"@en ;
    .

<http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh85067395> # International economic relations
    a schema:Intangible ;
   schema:name "International economic relations"@en ;
    .

<http://id.worldcat.org/fast/924349> # Finance
    a schema:Intangible ;
   schema:name "Finance"@en ;
    .

<http://id.worldcat.org/fast/924636> # Financial institutions
    a schema:Intangible ;
   schema:name "Financial institutions"@en ;
    .

<http://id.worldcat.org/fast/976891> # International economic relations
    a schema:Intangible ;
   schema:name "International economic relations"@en ;
    .

<http://viaf.org/viaf/51744974> # Larry Neal
    a schema:Person ;
   schema:birthDate "1941" ;
   schema:familyName "Neal" ;
   schema:givenName "Larry" ;
   schema:name "Larry Neal" ;
    .

<http://viaf.org/viaf/85146490> # Charles W. Calomiris
    a schema:Person ;
   schema:familyName "Calomiris" ;
   schema:givenName "Charles W." ;
   schema:name "Charles W. Calomiris" ;
    .

<http://worldcat.org/isbn/9780123978738>
    a schema:ProductModel ;
   schema:isbn "0123978734" ;
   schema:isbn "9780123978738" ;
    .


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